Episode 29 - Monday, July 17, 1978

Episode 29 · September 26th, 2016 · 10 mins 38 secs

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Ugh. Monday. Do I really need to write a podcast summary today? What a horrible existence this is. Anyway, today we discuss the inexorable march of senescence, make a few topical references that won't be relevant by the time anyone actually listens to this, and also talk a little bit about this Garfield comic.

Today's strip

Danny Trejo saying 'dicks out for Harambe' for some reason

A slight correction to our discussion: Christopher Winter at one point laments how society 'missed out' on potential internet memes based on the popular expression 'where's the beef?' However a cursory google image search proves this is, thankfully, not the case.

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